Because I don’t often post recipes, you should really take me seriously when I do. If I’m posting a recipe, consider it a matter of extreme urgency.
Now when I was a kid, I loved butterscotch. Everywhere we went it seemed like the 3 common flavors were chocolate, strawberry and butterscotch. But then, mysteriously, butterscotch dropped off the face of the earth, and right out of my life. Dairy Queen has even dropped the flavor completely from their menu.
But my friend Angie must have sensed my silent desperation and made some unbelievable Butterscotch Bars for my wedding shower a few years back. You have to try them. Their ridiculously easy.
I stole this ‘take a picture of ingredients’ trick from Pioneer Woman! Sorry I didn’t include any action stirring shots. 🙂
1 yellow cake mix
1 small box ‘cook & serve’ butterscotch pudding
1/3 cup sugar (or less)
6 oz butterscotch chips
Prepare pudding and cool. Add dry cake mix and eggs. Mix well. Pour into 10×15 pan (I don’t have this size, so I use an 11×13 and it works just fine…they’re just thicker!), sprinkle the top with butterscotch chips and sugar. Bake @ 350 for 15-20 minutes!
They’re great warm. And for breakfast. The sugar on top gives it a coffee cake quality. A quality that I appreciate.
If/when you make these, let me know what you think!! I think you’ll be hooked.